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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (AM), 00-02-08

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  • [01] Clerides - De Soto - Meeting
  • [02] Anastasiades - British High Commissioner
  • [03] UN envoy - Denktash - End of proximity talks

  • 1240:CYPPRESS:01

    [01] Clerides - De Soto - Meeting

    by Maria Myles

    Geneva, Feb 8 (CNA) --Cyprus President Glafcos Clerides' last meeting with UN Secretary-General's Special Adviser, Alvaro de Soto, within the framework of the second round of the UN-led proximity talks ended here today.

    Asked after the one-hour meeting whether he will be returning for a third round of proximity talks, the Cypriot President replied, "Mr. De Soto will be making a statement, he will also tell you about the meeting, where and when".

    CNA MM/EC/GP/2000

    [02] Anastasiades - British High Commissioner

    Nicosia, Feb 8 (CNA) - British High Commissioner in Cyprus Edward Clay today said his country will support any process aiming at reaching a settlement to the Cyprus problem that suits the parties involved.

    Clay was replying to questions after a meeting here with Acting President Nicos Anastasiades, who expressed the hope that the efforts by foreign parties to back the new peace effort for Cyprus will continue so that the future rounds of talks will be more substantive.

    CNA RG/MA/MCH/2000 ENDS,


    [03] UN envoy - Denktash - End of proximity talks

    By Maria Myles

    Geneva, Feb 8 (CNA) - Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash expressed the view that headway has been made in the UN-led proximity talks held in Geneva and said his side has done a good job.

    Denktash was talking to the press after his meeting with the UN Secretary-General's special advisor for Cyprus Alvaro de Soto, with which the second round of separate talks with the two sides ended here today.

    CNA MM/MA/MCH/2000
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